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Celebrating Red Hatting in Victoria (Australia)

Lake Nagambie Cruise – 26th March 2020

Rubies and Pearls of Kilmore invite you to join them on the 4th Annual, two-hour cruise at Lake Nagambie

A peaceful and leisurely day is assured with no raffles.
First timers are especially welcomed.

Venue: Nagambie Lakes Leisure Park, 69 Loddings Lane, Nagambie
Date: Thursday, 26th March, 2020
Attire: Full regalia appropriate to the weather
Time: Meet and Greet at 11.00am. Door prizes to be awarded.  Board the boat at 11.30am
Cost: $25 per person
B.Y.O. Picnic lunch. Full bar facilities on board at your own cost.
R.S.V.P. 16th January, 2020 to Jan by phone 0419 509 040 or email jedami238@outlook.com. Please, not by Face book.

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Black and Bling – 16th May (Craigieburn)

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Queen’s Council – 6th May 2020 (Geelong)

Download registration form
Download Accommodation guide

Coronation Event – 22nd May (Melbourne)

Hat Week Australia – 3rd – 12th July

Hat Week this year is 3rd – 12th July!

(Hat Week is celebrating the wearing of hats. We do it all the time, but since others don’t there is a week of promoting the wearing of hats and hat related activities)

https://hatweekaustralia.com.au/

 

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2020 Hatter Cruise – Printable Info sheets

In case anyone wanted some basic maps and info for each of our port locations, I’ve made some.  You might be able to access these on a tablet/phone, or you could print them.

I will have my own copy of the maps available to show anyone onboard in our morning meetups, but if you want your own, you should download one.


Printable Packing List – Some packing suggestions with a box you can tick while packing.  This list may not include some things you want to take, so use it as a guide only.


Hobart – Map and brief info


Kangaroo Island (Penneshaw) – Map and brief info


Port Lincoln – Map and brief info


Adelaide – Map, Train timetables and brief info.  Train timetables are believed to be correct, but it is your responsibility to check for accuracy when we get there in case there are changes!


Itinerary – This is our itineray (updated for the KI lunch and dinnertime change!)

Cruise Guide Booklet –  This is a pre-cruise info guide.  Note the itinerary for Kangaroo Island Lunch has now changed.  Dinner time has now changed!

A smaller booklet will be provided when you meet with me at the cruise terminal to start the cruise – so you won’t need to print this one, but it may have info you’d find useful in it – so it’s worth a read.

 

Cruise Luggage Tags

Mark your Cruise luggage in Hatter style with these printable Hatter luggage tags!

Cut the tags out and fold in half for double-sided luggage tags.  Write your name and phone number on the tags prior to laminating.

You can print them out on cardstock, or print on normal paper and laminate them (after folding).  Laminated tags will be much more durable!

Use a hole-punch and thread a ribbon through to attach the tag to your luggage. If printing on paper you might want to stabilise the hole with some stickytape or something.

3 different options for you that will print 5 tags to a page.  Or you can download the tags separately.

Red/Purple Tags Version 1

~ Download Red/Purple Cruise Luggage Tags Version 1 ~

Red/Purple Tags Version 2

~ Download Red/Purple Cruise Luggage Tags Version 2 ~

Red/Purple Tags Version 3

~ Download Red/Purple Cruise Luggage Tags Version 3 ~

Pink/Lavender Tags

~ Download Pink & Lavender Cruise Luggage Tags ~


Download each tag separately below:
(Right click and select “save as”)

Attendee Sign-in Sheet

If you are hosting an event, you might like to have a sign-in list, so that each attendee signs in.  This may be beneficial (or even required) for your Public Liability Insurance, so there is a record of who attended the event.

You can download this sign-in sheet, which has spots for 25, 50 or 75 attendees (1, 2 or 3 pages) – the spots are numbered so that you can easily count attendees and/or run a door prize where you draw numbers and the corresponding signed-in Hatter can win.


These sheets are blank so that attendees write their own names in, however you can fill out the attendee list prior to the event and have the Hatters sign in as they enter.   If you download the .doc format file (rather than the .pdf), you can edit the file to suit your own event.

~ Download Sign-in Sheet (25 spots) in word .doc format ~
~ Download Sign-in Sheet (25 spots) in .pdf format ~

~ Download Sign-in Sheet (50 spots) in word .doc format ~
~ Download Sign-in Sheet (50 spots) in .pdf format ~

~ Download Sign-in Sheet (75 spots) in word .doc format ~
~ Download Sign-in Sheet (75 spots) in .pdf format ~

Nagambie cruise 2019

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